Friday, May 4, 2012

Mr Xenophon Giving Malaysians Xenophobia

Hantu Laut

A raging controversy ensued over NST aberrant reporting of Australian Senator Nicholas Xenophon's speech in the Australian parliament in 2009 portraying him as anti-Islam.

 Xenophon is a close friend of Anwar Ibrahim, who invited him to witness Bersih 3 in action, demanding for free and fair elections, a tragic irony, because the oppositions almost unseat the sitting government in march 2008, so how can it be, not free and fair?

His criticism was against the Church of Scientology, not Islam, as mistakenly published by NST, which do not speak well of its editorial prowess.

Mr Xenophon said "Scientology is not a religious organisation. It is a criminal organisation that hides behind its so-called religious beliefs". 

The Church of Scientology was created by L.Ron.Hubbard,  teaching that people are immortal beings who have forgotten their true nature.It is recognised as tax-exempt religion in the U.S. and many other countries. Mainstream religions consider it as a cult.You may have to pay exorbitant fees for its spiritual services.

This is Mr Xenophon personal opinion not shared by his other colleagues. Read more below.

Scientology cult is a criminal organisation

In spite of retraction and apology from NST this sullen Aussie is going ahead with legal action against NST quoting that his life is now in danger from Muslim extremists.

Since his arrival in Malaysia, many Malaysians are suffering from Xenophobia, suspecting all foreigners coming to Malaysia are trying to topple the duly elected government. 

Obviously, Anwar Ibrahim is not Xenophobic.He loves the Occident.

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